Friday, 24 October 2014
When ego is worth more than the aims of British Nationalism, when the tit for tat attacks matter more than the objectives Nationalism is trying to achieve, you instinctively know that there can be no victory.
In another time and another age, those who turn against the cause would have been shot or hanged. But we are the Twenty-First Century and honour and loyalty are in short supply as scarce also is the art of using our brains to discern and to tell the difference between rumours and facts. The principle of innocent until proven guilty does not seem to matter anymore and reputations are destroyed without any regard for truth nor evidence.
Wednesday, 22 October 2014
I see comments published across the Internet saying either 'the BNP is finished' or 'the BNP is getting tens of millions of Pound.
The fact is that those who say that the BNP is bankrupt are the same that few days days say that the BNP is getting millions of Pound in donations, and viceversa.
Depending on the point that they are trying to make, they say one thing or the other constantly, contradicting themselves and losing all credibility in the process.
The truth is that the BNP is neither bankrupt nor swimming in a sea of money. For those of us who have been around quite a while, the organization is basically funded by its members most of whom are not well-off individuals.
Friday, 17 October 2014
A true recipe for disaster. A Think Tank (or shall we should say a 'Sink Tank', has proposed to cut down state pension and lower taxes. So let's see, already deprived pensioners will get even less money as pensions (pensions are already taxed) and on top of that in an economy that is collecting less tax with tax revenues falling the "SINK TANK" proposes to collect even less tax at a time when the deficit is growing and the balance of trade is negative. Brilliant!
From the News:
Cut state pension in half and lower taxes, says think tank
Institute of Economic Affairs proposes a radical solution to solve the ballooning cost of paying Britain's pensioners
Maybe somebody will propose hanging those who reach pensionable age because it costs too much to pay pensioners. What about gas chambers to save cost? We are reaching the highest levels of irrationality and the number of idiots seems to be rising.
Pensioners work and because they work they get their pensions. Pensions are not a charitable payment. People have paid for their pensions and they are entitled to receive their pensions.
Wednesday, 15 October 2014
Professor Wyane Hall, drugs advisor to the World Health Organization, highlights the dangers of cannabis.
The conclusion is: cannabis is highly addictive, causes mental health problems and opens the door to hard drugs.
The facts of a twenty year study on the consequences of cannabis us;
- one in six teenagers who regularly smoke the drug become dependent on it
- cannabis doubles the risk of developing psychotic disorders, including schizophrenia
- cannabis users do worse at school. Heave use in adolescence appear to impair intellectual development
- one in ten adults who regularly smoke the drug become dependent on it and those who use it are more likely to go on to use harder drugs
- driving after smoking cannabis doubles the risk a car crash, a risk which increases substantially if the driver has also had a drink
- smoking it while pregnant reduces the baby's birth weight.
- it is often harder to get people who are dependent on cannabis through withdrawal than for heroin
- those who try to stop taking cannabis often suffer anxiety, insomnia, appetite disturbance and depression
- long term use raises the risk of cancer, bronchitis and heart attack
The issue of cannabis is not about saving Police time as some politicians talk about. The issue of cannabis is a real problem that needs to be tackled as the problem that it is.
Allowing the free flow of cannabis will make matters worse. Countries that have relaxed legislation concerning cannabis are experiencing a steady increase of the number of people getting into serious difficulties and this is something that affects us all as a society.
Mental illness can also lead to violent behaviour and destroy families. When you are faced with the consequences of drug abuse seeing people close to you going downhill, you know that this is not a laughing matter nor an issue that be glossed up.
The damage done by drub abuse is cumulative. If somebody's capacity to relate to others is affected, if somebody's capacity to think is impaired, if somebody's behaviour becomes erratic to the point that he/she is a danger to himself/herself and to others, including members of his/her own family, we must put pressure on politicians to do what is right instead of doing what they think is 'convenient/modern'.
GDP figures do not reflect reality. Although GDP has grown in nominal terms, in real terms income per capita has fallen. We have more people who earn less and save even less.
For years and years, we have heard about Pensions Blackhole.
Well, with people working today with Zero Hour Contracts and people not earning enough and therefore not paying enough taxes and unable to save, the country will have to spend even more to keep vast numbers of people alive and this means more expensive public services and higher welfare payments that will have to be supported with higher taxes and higher deficits.
What is more, the vast majority of those growing up below the poverty line will be disadvantaged and will inherit the state of deprivation that will be transferred from one generation to the next and this is the point when poverty becomes chronic poverty.
So then, what are the prospects for a country with entire segments of its population living in chronic poverty? You only have to look at countries where chronic poverty is a reality. If you don't earn enough, you don't feed yourself properly and you are plagued by illnesses, in time intelligence levels will fall creating an underclass that will be completely dysfunctional.
Children coming from disadvantaged households or unstable family relationships face an uphill struggle that will condition them for life.
The financial reality and the social reality walk hand in hand.
Friday, 10 October 2014
Marches and demonstrations are alright provided you get together, get organized, fight elections and win elections.
The tit for tat actions, spreading hatred against each other in Facebook and in other fora is fine if you want to be losers forever. People see you as losers and stop paying attention to you or listening to what you have to say. Rumours, accusations and innuendo make you a laughing stock, something to be derided. Some people stop hating Nationalists. They laugh at Nationalists and some even start feeling pity for anybody who describe himself or herself as a Nationalist because they see him or her as a mental case.
The infighting has been going on for ages and it has to stop. So called leaders must understand that they are leaders of nothing if they do not have a credible political presence.
Wednesday, 8 October 2014
Infighting, personal and ideological grievances, lack of understanding and lack of awareness of what is there to be achieved and how have turned what used to be a golden promise into an ongoing nightmare.
Firstly, it was fragmented. Now, the fragments themselves have become fragmented.
Looking as an external observer would do, I would say that there is not a single name, a single personality, that can unite British Nationalism to make it, once again, a valid electoral option. In order to change anything, you have to get people elected with enough support to provide real options.
The battle is raging and the British Nationalism is caught totally unprepared, totally divided and unable to stand on its own two feet to do anything about anything.
The issue of being a Civic Nationalist or a Racial Nationalist is now totally irrelevant because whatever strand of British Nationalism you look at they are all irrelevant by simple mathematics.
There are tens of thousands of Councillors across the land. How many of them are Nationalists? How many seats in Regional and Local Authorities? How many seats in the Houses of Parliament? And now, how many seats in the European Parliament or at the London Assembly?
I could be an idealist till the end of times but I am also a pragmatist and know that the present state of affairs is not conducive to political success.